By Taylor Davies I have always used music as a way to cope with stress and anxiety. I really love falling into “flow” when writing, producing, or playing. The psychological state of flow is the closest thing to nirvana or heaven that I’ve ever experienced. Growing up
Curated by Cory Seals | Edited by Taylor Davies Philly Joe Jones was an innovator of modern jazz drums whose signature hard-hitting rhythms drove the beat for decades of powerful players marching into the future of the genre. Born in Philadelphia on July 15, 1923, Jones
Interview by Olivia & Mackenzie | Edited by Taylor Davies Olivia and Mackenzie , your hosts from The Pod, had the opportunity to chat with Brian Walker about his upcoming documentary release. Brian’s documentary, SAFE x SOUND, is an exploration of consent and safe spaces in the
By: Stephen Cirino Editor: Taylor Davies Session No. 1 is a platform dedicated to supporting, promoting, and uplifting young, local, and upcoming artists through live concerts, shows, networking events, and more! Session No. 1’s main goal is to create safe spaces for artists of all
By Taylor Davies Photo by Kiara Laserna Meet America Loves Me America Loves Me started in the summer of 2019. I had fallen into an indefinite hiatus with my band, Fox Memorial, and I was eager to start writing again. I created America Loves Me and
By Taylor Davies Rubber is a Philly-based writing/producing duo developed by Andrew Loper and John Della Franco during their time studying at Temple University in 2017. Since then, Rubber has released their debut EPs Rubber Baby and Buggy Bumpers, along with a series of singles, serving as
By: Olivia Paranich & Mackenzie Markstein Editor: Taylor Davies Hey everyone! My name is Olivia and I host The Pod with Mackenzie! We had the opportunity to ask Pops Tuna a few questions about inspiration, David Dobrik, and local bands. Check it out!
By Taylor Davies Hayley Dare I took guitar and piano lessons as a child, but I refused to practice, so my parents withdrew me from lessons and I ended up teaching myself those instruments in middle school. I started singing when I was about ten, though. Every